Japanese Artist Takes Away The Innocence From Disney Characters And Puts Them Into Wrong Scenarios – Design You Trust

Japanese Artist Takes Away The Innocence From Disney Characters And Puts Them Into Wrong Scenarios

Walt Disney Studios is an integral part of most people’s childhoods, creating memorable characters that have stuck with us for many generations. Disney’s style is heartwarming stories and heroic characters.

However, Japanese graphic designer Shusaku Takaoka decided to challenge the way we see our favorite cartoon characters, by digitally incorporating them into places and scenarios they don’t fit into. The artist combined pop-culture references and classic cartoons, creating interesting stories and images, that show our favorite Princesses and Princes in a different light.

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